Victoria Beckham’s eponymous fashion labeled celebrated a decade in New York City yesterday, where the designer showed her latest Fall 2018 collection. To mark the occasion, the designer kept things simple and sophisticated in tailored topcoats and sleek underpinnings, the very ethos behind her line. Heading out from her hotel, Beckham stuck with a black and blue pairing for a knockout approach to modern minimalism. However, for the Beckham’s post-show brunch, the designer switched things up in a straight-from-the-runway moss green felt coat and head-to-toe black.
The core of both ensembles lies in the tailoring: Beckham kept her silhouettes similar for both occasions in a fitted turtleneck, flared trousers, and Savile Row-esque cut coats. Her navy blue coat took cues from traditional suiting and featured a double breasted, peak-lapel finish, which was a boyish foil to her feminine flared trousers. Beckham continued the effect after her Fall 2018 show in an open-front, self-belted coat style overtop all black. A feminine pocketbook was carried, and square frame glasses infused the look with a Jackie O-like finish.